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earthquake damage. majors steve jobs makes a concerning his future. martin luther king, the special event held this evening. >>> live and in hd, this is abc7 on your side. >> we began with the coming hurricane and the ongoing impact from the east coast earthquake. a look at the eye of the storm. it is now a category three. orders have already issued in north carolina. more schools are closed and engineers are at someng the damage iconic locations. we begin tonight with the latest hurricane irene. >> let me take you into the atmosphere and show you what is ferocious category three major correcting. the eye and it is typical. you can see how it reforms and forms. next couple of days, it to move up through the bahamas. just within the last couple of minutes, wind gusts of over 100 miles per hour. are still 120 miles per hour. you can see how the rain is increasing. here, here is the very latest track. is now a category 3 hurricane. that -- is that as it movesstronger over warm water. by saturday afternoon, it will right near cape hatteras. the trend is increasing. because of the very tight g
championship. steve scooter came within inches of a scoring record. -- steve stricker came within inches of the scoring record. tiger woods slipped into the golfer's abyss going into the water twice. he finished with one of his highest scores ever, first-round 77, seven over par 14 shots off the lead. >> i can just go out there and play and let it go and play by feel and see the shot, hit the shot felix, and i am not at that point yet. >> he has not won a major in 39 months. it has been 23 months since he has won anything. right now he is more legend then. and he is struggling. it is all up here. >> right now he just needs a nice, long vacation. >> alright, you know i have to get to the moon bounce. >>> the full moon tomorrow night. if you like today, you will like tomorrow, 87 degrees. we have a blog about going to the beaches. it will be 50/50 this weekend a good saturday, more rain likely sunday. >> tennis tomorrow? >> i am still recovering from today. >> thank you for joining us.
-- reached a mark of 103 degrees. steve reuben is here with a first look at the forecast. >> we have an increase in temperatures with another day of above-average temperatures. this may go up to 100 degrees and earlier today in frederick it was 99 degrees. 99 degrees at reagan national airport. 79 degrees at fredericksburg. what this feels like is a heat index closer to 90 degrees. we have another hot day on the way, temperatures near 100 degrees. there are no heat advisory's warnings. and the hot weather will continue for another day. we will have more on this and another look at the extended outlook in a few moments. >> august 1 what would this be without 100 degrees. the body of a missing boater has found. charles ryder was found this afternoon. he jumped off of a boat yesterday and never resurfaced. and relief for those near quantaco marine base. the prince william board of supervisors -- the goal is to add extra lanes from route 1 to the base i entrance. also on abc 7 news, the verizon center went crazy for britney spears. plus fire torches a local home. but a brave sequence of
included, you'll feel right at home. ♪ la la-la-la-la la la la >> steve routing is back with a of the forecast. said it is going to be another hot one. like three weeks ago when it felt like 118. tomorrow, 95 for the daytime it will feel like 103 degrees. bring -- tuesday is chancea better showers and thunderstorms, thursday and friday, mid 80's 4 afternoon temperatures. nighttime lows will be in the 60's 4 and a half inches of rain. nice soaking. >> do not worry about it. ft that is going to do it what if it snowed chocolate? what if sweet mocha fell from the sky? or imagine catching icy caramel flakes as they drift down -- melting just as they touch your tongue or sliding down mounds of whipped cream right into a pile of rich chocolaty goodness. [ male announcer ] send your taste buds a sweet shiver with mcdonald's mccafé frappe. a creamy blend of ice, coffee and mocha. or caramel. mmm. sweet. ♪ ba da ba ba ba ♪ ♪ when you're resonsible for this much of the team, you need a car you can count on. ♪
eagles signed wide receiver steve smith they have acquired or traded for six pro bowlers. they are now a super bowl favorite. jim harbaugh says it is a chance to get better. >> they have lots to prove. the whole team the organization -- everyone has a lot to prove. we have a chip on our shoulder. that is who we are. >> the astros are back -- the nationals are back at wrigley field tonight. let me take you back to chicago. pick it up in the top of the six. it is 3-1 when jason werth comes up. that is a souvenir. his 14th run of the season. it was 3-2. sorry although it's a fast ball right out of the yard. the cubs have three solos. the cubs win in at 4-2. the pga check rejectees of bright and early tomorrow morning. adam scott goes up at 7:55. tiger tees off at 8:55. patrick harrington has had some solid practice rounds this week. he says he is getting comfortable in his comeback. >> it is been frustrating. now i am healthy. i feel good. i have a way more energy. i am not try to block out pain. >> tiger woods goes off at *;35. alana beard will not return for the rest of the season becau
on flooded roads. >>> not so bad here, steve rudin. >> i in culpeper county, southwest of d.c., are reporting over 3 inches of rain. a very isolated area of -- not affecting the immediate area. culpeper, before warned, the flood warning is in affect. patchy fog will develop as we move through the early nine hours into early morning. should not cause any trouble delays -- travel delays. you may see a little bit of fog. 95 degrees the high temperature at reagan national. the average for this time of year, 88 degrees. long way from the record high of 106. snee 9 at the airport this hour. the heat index makes it feel like 84 degrees. 75 in laurel. about 1.25 inches of rain. upper northwest d.c., a half- inch of rain. burtonsville looking at three- quarters of an inch of rain. a lot of it pretty much washed away. 77 degrees at dulles. quantico at 79 degrees. the doppler radars showing the cell finally starting to move off. it is beginning to fizzle out just a little bit. we are looking at moderate rain. culpeper -- finally the rain has come to an end. let these rain totals. you can see that they h
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free holiday. for more information log on to our website. steve rubin, it has been a wild night. >> a lot is going on. i have been tweakingtweeting all night. for the rush hour commute tomorrow morning, you should not run into any significant problems with rain. the heaviest of the rain is beginning to exit southeast d.c. moving into prince george's county, into marlboro. it is a slow-moving system. not only did we have the rain, but we have the strong wind gusts earlier today. our high was 85 degrees. that is two degrees below average for this time of year. we're holding at 70 degrees at the airport. 66 degrees in winchester, 60 degrees and culpeper and the flash flood watch has now been cancelled. we still have the flash flood warnings in effect. this one will go until 1:00 a.m. and a separate one hogs montgomery county into prince george's county. it rained heavy in the area. some of these cells took a long time to move out of here and a lot of thunder and lightning and a few severe thunderstorm warnings. fortunately, everything has canceled out -- canceled out. and the ligh
to steve ruden. >> 67 at waldorf. look at the rainfall. 46 mile per hour wind gusts. winds beginning to settle down a little bit. that is some good news on the way in terms of the progress for the storm. but still a lot of rain to go. adam caskey is going to be here and a few minutes. doug will be here for a little bit longer. the heavier rain to the west of the region, southern maryland looking at heavier rain. we head towards gaithersburg and frederic and martinsburg, the rain not as much of a problem. not the 8 inches of rain we have seen from the storm over the last 24 hours. now beginning to move off towards the north and northeast around 15 miles per hour. the heavier rain bands will move into the d.c. metro area as we move to the overnight hours. everything will clear out as we move into the early morning and mid morning hours. if by tomorrow afternoon, a little bit of sunshine expected in our forecast. in terms of rainfall totals, anywhere between four-8 inches not out of the question for arlington or the district and st. mary's county, calvert county, the delmarva peninsula
one out of your closet. steve stevensonen strasburg made his second rehab start tonight and he was dominant. he pitched three innings with 33 rive oting -- hey this guy walks up to the mound and it's a rive oting -- riveting inning. he didn't walk anyone. he even reached 9 miles per hour with his -- 99 miles per hour with his football tonight -- fastball tonight. let's go to philidelphia for the big top of the sixth. hernandez with an r.b.i. single up the middle. that will score desmond from second. made it 4-1. he had four r.b.i.'s on the night and the nats beat the phillies 4-2. after another rough day at the pga championship, tiger woods did not make the cut. his third missed cut in a major championship. jason dufner and keegan bradley are your leaders at five under par. >> i watched that today. the course was eating up a lot of guys. >> especially tiger. >> especially tiger. we'll be right back. what if it snowed chocolate? what if sweet mocha fell from the sky? or imagine catching icy caramel flakes as they drift down -- melting j
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